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Fringe Festival to focus on sustainable ecosystem

LOOKING AHEAD: UnderWater World’s Emily Thomas, Erin Horkings from Caloundra Fringe Festival and Jodi Salmond from Reef Check Australia.
LOOKING AHEAD: UnderWater World’s Emily Thomas, Erin Horkings from Caloundra Fringe Festival and Jodi Salmond from Reef Check Australia. Brett Wortman

THE day will have more than 40 exhibits all focused on educating the community on how to be more sustainable and assist the Coast's ecosystem.

UnderWater World is one of the 40 exhibitors providing information on their Turtles in Trouble rehabilitation program.

Event organiser Erin Horking said Towards Tomorrow was a chance for local community groups, organisations and businesses to showcase their amazing initiatives and products to a wide-ranging audience.

"Reef Check Australia will be there on the day with REEF Search, a virtual reef walk, and the Sunshine Coat Environment Council will be bringing their carbon cube which demonstrates how much carbon residents use," she said.

For more information: http://www.caloundrafringefestival.com.au/content/towards-tomorrow.

TOWARDS TOMORROW

WHAT: Fringe Festival Environment and Sustainability Day

WHERE: Lions Park, Kings Beach

WHEN: Monday September 30

COST: Free

Topics:  caloundra music festival ecosystem fringe festival



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